Bio

Robert Deitch

Small Town proud

Robert Deitch is one of those rare talented Songwriters, who happens to have a “holds-his-own-with-the-best-of-them” singing voice. His music has been described as “vivid storytelling” delivered in a “powerful blend of country, soul and blues”. Currently a staff songwriter with Dan Hodges Music Publishing in Nashville, Deitch has earned the praise of some of Country Music Industry Elites. Hall of Fame Singer/Artist, Bobby Bare, proclaims Deitch as “one hell of a songwriter and singer." Robert has also received praise from the likes of Hall of Fame Songwriters Hugh Prestwood (“A Song Remembers When”) and Roger Murrah (“Don’t Rock The Jukebox”). Prestwood describes Deitch as “a gifted songwriter who mixes compelling storytelling with a powerful, soulful delivery,” while Murrah proclaimed Deitch to be “one of Nashville ’s best kept secrets…but not for long….”

Robert grew up in a Three Church, Two Tavern town in southeastern Iowa, and when he's not on the performing, he splits his time between Nashville, Tennessee and his home state.

HONORS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

* Over 20 songs written by Robert have been recorded by various country artists, including CountryHall of Fame Artist, BobbyBare

* Nominated for National Inspirational Country Song of the Year (The Shadow of My Steeple)

* Charted top 5 song on InspirationalCountry Music Chart

* Recognized multipletimes by Nashvile Songwriters Asociation for Outstanding Songwriting

* Former Staff Songwriter for Murrah Music Publishing, and Bug/Wndswept Music Publishing, Current Staff Writer for DHM